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importantly we have the real deal in the house. we have baltimore winner erin weber who joins us now. look at this, 9 pounds with this. so, you are hosting your first ever oscar party. why did you decide to do that? >> so, okay. over the past two years since the oscars. i have been in africa filming documentaries. this year my scheduled worked auto i wasn't. i thought, i will host an oscar party now. and next year another oscar party. we'll see. >> there glitches and glammer in baltimore. >> not everybody gets to walk down the red carpet at the los angeles theater. it doesn't hurt to feel like a movie star for one night, does it? >> not at all, it is my first, perhaps my last time walking on the red carpet. this is your first party, but you might create a sculpture -- scholarship in coming years. >> i got a scallalthat paid for my first camera and a scholarship helps with every student in college. i would like to give back. it is has been years since i graduated it is time to give back. >> reporter: awesome, we're going to be partying with you here tonight. now, let's walk the red carpet
to the young man's family and was blessed for a second time. erin johnson of our station in seattle has the story. >> reporter: she likes to hut her head to his chest and listen to his heart beat. >> oh, yeah. steady. >> reporter: at 17, connor had been a star catcher, being recruited by division i schools. his life changed in 2005, when they told him he needed a new heart. that if he didn't get one, he would die. >> you pray for someone to save you, but at the same time, you need to pray for them to die. >> reporter: kellen roberts was a seattle kid, very alive, fault. he drove his red truck all over the country. lived life on his terms. connor was dying. march 7, 2005, on a trip to sioux falls, south dakota, kellen hit his head in a freak accident. there was hemorrhaging. circulation was cut off to his brain. he died there far from home, but not far from minneapolis. he was an organ donor. the transplant was a success. the engine of life had passed from one man to another. >> i just wish he should know how grateful i am for him. >> reporter: aaron, more than anyone, understands what's
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